This book provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art account of the field, reaffirming Iberian Studies as a dynamic and evolving discipline offering promising areas of future research. It is an essential tool for research in Iberian Studies.
Table of Contents
Part I: Medieval Iberia (Eighth–Fifteenth Centuries) 1. Festive Traditions in Castile and Aragon in the Late Middle Ages: Ceremonies and Symbols of Power 2. Faith and Footpaths: Pilgrimage in Medieval Iberia 3. Before the Reconquista: Frontier Relations in Medieval Iberia, 718 to 1031 4. The Faiths of Abraham in Medieval Iberia 5. Medieval Iberian Cultures in Contact: Iberian Cultural Production as Translation and Adaptation 6. Court and Convent: Senses and Spirituality in Hispanic Medieval Women's Writing 7. An Interstitial History of Medieval Iberian Poetry 8. Revisiting the History of Medieval Translation in the Iberian Peninsula 9. Subjectivity and Hermeneutics in Medieval Iberia: The Example of the Libro De Buen Amor 10. Patrons, Artists and Audiences in the Making of Visual Culture in Medieval Iberia (Eleventh-Thirteenth Centuries) Part II: The Iberian Peninsula in the Golden Age (Sixteenth–Seventeenth Centuries) 11. The Early Modern Iberian Empires: Emulation, Alliance, Competition 12. The Iberian Inquisitions in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: Between Coercion and Accommodation 13. The Way Behind and the Way Ahead: Cartography and the State of Spain in Cabeza De Vaca's Relación 14. Purity and Impurity of Blood in Early Modern Iberia 15. The Expulsion of the Moriscos: Seven Monumental Paintings from the Kingdom of Valencia 16. The Influence of Tirant Lo Blanch on Golden Age Iberian Authors 17. Women from the Periphery in Don Quixote: Ekphrasis Versus Counter-Narrative 18. "Para Tiempos De Veras / Se Ejercitan En Las Burlas": Some Uses of Rehearsal on the Golden Age Stage 19. Iberian Myths and American History in Balbuena's El Bernardo 20. Fallen idols? Vice and Virtue in the Iconography of Icarus and Phaethon Part III: The Iberian Peninsula in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries 21. Hispano-Irish Women Writers of Spain's Late Enlightenment Period 22. The End of Empire: And the Birth of the Modern Nation, 1808 to 1868 23. Carlists Against Liberalism: Counter-revolution in the Iberian Peninsula During the Nineteenth Century 24. From Patriotism to Liberalism: Political Concepts in Revolution 25. The Modern City, 1850 to 1900: Urban Planning and Culture in Barcelona, Madrid and Bilbao 26. Building Nations Through Words: Iberian Identities in Nineteenth-Century Literary Historiography 27. The Poetized Peopling of Nineteenth-Century Spain/s 28. Death and the Crisis of Representation in Narcís Oller’s La Febre D’or and Pérez Galdós’s La de Bringas 29. Performing the Peninsula: Costumbrismo and the Theatre of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries 30. Painting in the Spanish Enlightenment: Artists at Court and in the Academy Part IV: The Iberian Peninsula During the Twentieth Century 31. The Idea of Empire in Portuguese and Spanish Life, 1890 to 1975 32. The fate of Spain's "Nationalisms" During the Spanish Civil War, 1936 to 1939 33. Beyond the Nation: Spanish Civil War Exile and the Problem of Iberian Cultural History 34. Translation and Censorship Under Franco and Salazar: Irish Theatre on Iberian Stages 35. Unsettling the Iberian Transitions to Democracy of the 1970s 36. Buñuel, Lorca, and Dalí 37. Reclaiming the Goods: Rendering Spanish-language Writing in Catalan and Galician 38. Postwar Spanish Fiction and the Pursuit of Spanish Reality 39. Celluloid Consensus: A Comparative Approach to Film in Portugal During World War II 40. (Inter)national Spectres: Cinema in Mid-Twentieth-Century Iberia Part V: Iberian Studies in the Twenty-First Century 41. Pro-sovereignty Politics in Catalonia and the Basque Country: Are the Two Cases Comparable? 42. Going Global: The International Journey of Basque Culture and Literature 43. Democracy, Indignados, and the Republican Tradition in Spain 44. Mediatizing a Past of Conflict: The Spanish Civil War through TV Documentaries in the Twenty-first century 45. A Transmodern Approach to Afro-Iberian Literature 46. Fermented Memory: The Intemperance of History in the Narrative of Ramón Saizarbitoria 47. Of Treasure Maps and Dictionaries: Searching for Home in Carlota Fainberg, Bilbao-New York-Bilbao and L’últim Patriarca 48. Rewriting the Iberian Female Detective: Deciphering Truth, Memory, and Identity in the Twenty-first-century Novel 49. Reflexivity in Iberian Documentary Film 50. Human Memory and the Act of Remembering in Contemporary Iberian Graphic Novels